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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Real jamming tracks


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tertom - Posted - 05/27/2020:  07:33:37


Are there site’s that have jamming tracks that are not just guitar? I am looking for ones that would be like a real jam where each instrument takes a lead and lets you play your banjo part?

Texasbanjo - Posted - 05/27/2020:  11:16:50


I'm not aware of any such jamming tracks, but perhaps someone else knows of one.


Edited by - Texasbanjo on 05/27/2020 11:17:29

chuckv97 - Posted - 05/27/2020:  12:06:42


I use these to play along with ,,there’s a bunch of’em,,I like to hear the bass
youtu.be/1iN8NIebO3k



 

tertom - Posted - 05/27/2020:  12:34:14


Thanks Chuck. I have those too. In was looking for a jam session type where you can jump in with your instrument like a real jam.

Rich Weill - Posted - 05/27/2020:  12:42:50


May we presume from your post that you are not looking for Pete Wernick’s jam DVDs? Because they fit your description exactly. (If you do use one of Pete’s jam videos, I recommend wearing headphones — but only in one ear. That way, neither your banjo drowns out the audio, nor are your ears blocked from hearing your banjo at all.)

Dai Evans - Posted - 05/27/2020:  17:56:18


You could try Sean Ray’s site

The session book comes with music track with and without banjo. The site also has suggested backing for those tracks.

youdog - Posted - 05/28/2020:  04:42:41


fbbts.com

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